Minyan by Rami Shapiro
Ten Principles for Living a Life of Integrity

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A path of daily living based on ten spiritual practices that have been used by Jews for centuries. MINYAN is an invaluable source of inspiration and insight not only for those large numbers who are returning to Judaism but for people of all faiths who are looking for a way to integrate spirituality into their daily lives.
 

About Rami Shapiro

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Rami Shapiro is the senior rabbi of Temple Beth Or in Miami and directs the Simply Jewish Fellowship, the What Would a Mentsch Do? Project, and the Sh'ma Center for Jewish Meditation. An award-winning poet and essayist, he lectures widely on contemporary Jewish spirituality. Aaron Shapiro teaches writing at Middle Tennessee State University, is widely published and is a frequent speaker on the topics of creative writing and critical theory.
 
Published February 17, 2010 by Harmony. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Using the example of the great Hasidic wise man Baal Shem Tov, whose life of isolation in the forest illustrated the search for God in the heart, Shapiro claims that ""minyan has one aim: to awaken you to God as the Source and the Substance of Reality."" After an initial section explaining that m...

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Shapiro writes: "Spirituality is a conscious practice of living out the highest ethical ideals in the concreteness of your everyday life."

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